Volume 49, Book 1 features Barry L. Johnson’s article, “The Puzzling Persistence of Acquitted Conduct in Federal Sentencing, and What Can Be Done It,” and Stephen I. Vladeck’s “War and Justiciability.” Book 4 also contains Notes by Patrick Archambault, Eliza S. Bailey, Julianne DeLeo, Erin D. Knight, Jordan M. Marciello, and Cassandra L. Santoro.
Book 4 of Volume 48 contains the analysis of E. Samuel Geisler & R. Jason Richards covering modern class litigation through the eyes of the "founding generation." You will also find Alexander I. Passo's article regarding the concerns surrounding the Internet Minimum Advertising Price (IMAP) policies. Finally, Book 4 contains a variety of student-written notes and case comments.
Book 3 of Volume 48 contains a symposium on student debt as a result of loans for higher education. This symposium contains commentary by Senator Elizabeth Warren and articles by a variety of esteemed professors and professionals.
Book 2 of Volume 48 contains notes, articles, and case comments on a host of issues. You will find in Book 2 an article on the negative citation of foreign law, by Intisar A. Rabb, and an article by Paul Lewis advocating for consistent rules for the admission of prior statements.
The Suffolk University Law Review is a student-edited legal periodical published four times each year. The Law Review’s objective is to advance legal education and the legal profession through quality legal commentary and high publication standards. With this goal in mind, the Law Review strives to advance the growing reputation of Suffolk University Law School. Designed primarily as a research tool for the judiciary, practitioners, scholars, and students, the Law Review contains both professionally-authored and student-authored works.